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Drones light up Seoul's night sky in bid to give South Koreans a boost
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South Korea showcases drone taxi
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Seoul bids to cut congestion with futuristic 'drone taxis'
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'Plastic Mill' in Seoul fights lockdown waste
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N. Korean who crossed DMZ wants to defect: S. Korea
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Dominic Raab discusses controlling coronavirus in South Korea
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